Narendra Damodardas Modi is an Indian politician serving as the 14th and current Prime Minister of India since 2014. He was the Chief Minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014 and is the Member of Parliament for Varanasi. Born to a Gujarati family in Vadnagar, Modi helped his father sell tea as a child and has said he later ran his own stall. He was introduced to the RSS at the age of eight, beginning a long association with the organisation.
He has been the longest-serving Chief Minister of Gujarat, he served for 12 years. From selling tea to becoming the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi’s journey has been nothing short of an inspiring journey. Narendra Modi is the ideal person who believes in the art of simple living.
Narendra Modi has also spent some years in Himalayas trying to know himself deep from inside. Whenever he interacts with the people he has something new with him which motivates the audience to a new way to live life.
If you are looking for a push on how to get started in life, here’s a few quotes from his recent speeches and interviews:
Ones we decide we have to do something, we can go miles ahead.
India does not need to become anything else. India must become only India. This is a country that once upon a time was called the golden bird.
We walk together, we move together, we think together, we resolve together, and together we take this country forward.
An Opportunity to work is good luck for me. I put my soul into it. Each such Opportunity Opens the Gates for the Next One.
Each one of us has both; good and evil virtues. Those who decide to focus on the good ones succeed in life.”
The world has changed. We can’t think about our development journey isolated from the world.
India is a youthful country. A country with such a major percentage of youth has the capability to change not only its own but the fate of the entire world.
You can see the change you want to, be what you want to be .
I did not get an opportunity to die for the country, but I have got an opportunity to live in the country.
No one can question the talent of India’s youth after the success of the Mars Mission. Everything indigenous!
In order to fulfill the aspirations of masses, we have to sharpen the tool called the government machinery: we have to make it keen, more dynamic, and it is in this direction that we are working.
I have always believed in evolving a consensus before taking any major decision.
Even in this globalised world, London is still the standard for our times. The city has embraced the world’s diversity and represents the finest in human achievements.
The world has crafted a beautiful balance of collective action – common but differentiated responsibility and respective capabilities.
I found that the corridors of power in Delhi were littered with lobbies of various kinds.
During exams, sleeping is vital but more important is the quality of sleep.
Social media is reducing social barriers. It connects people to the strength of human values, not identities.
I come from a poor family and I want the poor to get dignity. We want to start a movement for a clean India. If we have to build a nation, let us start from the villages.
The greatest quality that a person possesses is the self – belief. If you believe you can, you can. If you believe you won’t, you most certainly won’t.
People’s blessings give you the power to work tirelessly. The only thing required is a commitment.